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St Marys Sports Centre provides a range of activities at St Marys on Tasmania’s east coast.
You can choose between lawn bowls, golf, eight-ball and darts.
There is a nine-hole golf course open seven days a week to the public.
Local community members and visitors can play lawn bowls on the weekends and evenings.
The centre is not open full hours daily, although bookings can be arranged for specific activities.
There is a bowling rink for lawn bowls, golf clubs can be hired and a catering committee is available.
The golf course (par 68) is situated around a football oval, race track and bowls green.
The flat and well grassed course provides for easy walking.
While you are in the region, plan a short day trip to the Douglas Apsley National Park.
Enjoy a range of excellent bushwalks, sweeping coastlines and towering waterfalls.
You can order pancakes at the famous Mt Elephant Pancake Barn nearby.
Freycinet National Park and the Bay of Fires are also worth a visit for those who enjoy far-stretching pristine beaches.
St Marys Sports Centre is a one hour and forty-minute drive east of Launceston (129 kilometres/80 miles).
The North West Bay Golf Club is southern Tasmania’s only 18-hole country course.
Located in Margate, the course is 15 minutes south of Hobart (19 kilometres).
The North West Bay Golf Club offers expansive views of Bruny Island and the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.
This tree-lined, undulating course features many challenging holes that will test your uphill, downhill and side-hill shot skills.
Visiting golfers who are members and associates of registered interstate clubs are welcome and the course is open for green-fee players on Sundays.
The Club also has a bar, kiosk and practice facilities.
Golf cars are available for hire and barbecue facilities are available by arrangement.
Check the club website for green fees and competition schedule.
Holes: 18, Par: 72, Length: 6,108 metres, Australian Course Rating: 71
Country Club Tasmania Golf Course is a championship 18-hole golf course in Launceston.
Designed by Mike Wolveridge and British Open champion Peter Thompson, the scenic outlooks, challenging fairways and expansive greens are of international standard.
For the perfect leisure activity or corporate pursuit, this 72 par course is open seven days a week.
The covered driving range with distance markers is ideal to brush up on your swing or book a lesson with the resident coaching professional.
A fully stocked golf pro shop is available, providing everything from equipment hire and purchase to motorised golf carts.
Take your time on the picturesque course, meticulously maintained by a team of greenkeepers.
King Island Golf and Bowling Club is located at Currie, on King Island’s west coast.
King Island is 80 kilometres/50 miles north east of Tasmania—a 50 minute flight north west of Wynyard and an hour and twenty minutes from Devonport.
The Club’s nine-hole course—which has been compared to St Andrew's of Scotland—is an authentic coastal links with undulating fairways.
This challenging course has fantastic ocean views and is completely open to the elements, with west winds affecting almost every hole.
Highlights include the third, par three hole which is played from a cliff top towards the sea, and the testing fifth hole, which requires a long hit to clear water skirting the fairway.
You can follow your round with a well-earned drink and a tasty meal in the licensed club house.
Guides, clubs and buggy hire are all available and the Club also has bowling greens and squash courts.
The two-day King Island Open, held here each November, attracts over 100 golfers from across Australia.
The Open includes 18-hole and 36-hole events for ladies and men as well as a 36-hole junior handicap event.
Holes: 9, Par: 72, Length: 5,465 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.9
Scamander River Golf Club offers a well maintained nine hole golf course, Par 72 on Tasmania's east coast.
It caters for mens and ladies competitions, juniors and green fee players.
Course length is 5778 metres with a feature par five of 569 metres.
Bar and meal facilities are available in the clubrooms on Friday Nights.
The Golf Club is based at the Scamander Sports Complex, which also has a good sized function room and outdoor entertaining area.The park is approximately 15-minutes’ drive from St Helens and around two-hours’ drive from Launceston (165 kilometres/102 miles).
Mowbray Golf Club Ltd offers an 18-hole championship golf course in Launceston, northern Tasmania.
The meticulously kept course is located just minutes out of Launceston’s central business district (par 71).
The club has excellent facilities including a licensed clubhouse and function centre, open seven days a week.
The golf club provides a greenbelt environment within the northern suburban area of Launceston and allows local citizens to enjoy the club’s sporting and first class amenities.
A full time registered PGA golf professional is available for golf lessons, as well as offering the largest stocked golf shop in the northern suburbs.
You can purchase all major brands of golf clubs at the golf shop with tailor-made clubs also available.
Hire a motorised golf cart or choose to use a push buggy.
The club is private and has a state-wide reputation as a friendly, hospitable club.
It offers members and their guests a quality golf course and top facilities including onsite parking.
Mowbray Golf Club Ltd is located approximately five-minutes’ drive from central Launceston.
The Ouse Country Club has a nine-hole scenic golf course at Ouse in the Derwent Valley.
The course is mainly flat with well mounded greens and a some bunkers.
Sixteen tees add variety to this scenic 9 hole course.
Combined with a bowling club to form the Ouse Country Club, this course is well worth a visit when in the area.
Holes: 9 Par: 68 Length: 5059m ACR: 65.4
Seabrook Golf Club, the original nine holes being a typical links, with interesting water hazards will test you.
The later contrasting nine holes has treed fairways and sand bunkers.
Guaranteed an enjoyable and fascinating round of golf.
Clubs, buggy full set, half set, buggies and carts are all available for hire.
There is a practice facility available.
The dress code is neat.
There is a club house which offers snacks, bar and showers.
Catering and BBQ's can be organised for groups.
Mens competition Wednesday 8 - 1 pm, Ladies competition Tuesday and Thursday 9.30 am, Mixed competition Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The New Town Bay Golf Club is a nine-hole metropolitan golf course north of Hobart.
The Club is located in the riverside suburb of Lutana, 10 minutes north of the city (six kilometres/four miles).
Formerly known as the Ez Risdon Golf Club, the New Town Bay Golf Club is a private course, open to members, associates and members of affiliate clubs.
Features of the course include a challenging ninth hole—a 119-metre downhill par three with challenging bunkers surrounding the green.
The Club hosts a Ladies competition each Thursday and Men’s competition on Saturdays, and there is a licensed bar in the clubhouse for members - opening hours are displayed on the noticeboard.
Bookings are recommended.
Holes: 9, Par: 64, Length: 3,975 metres, Australian Course Rating: 62
The Colebrook Golf Club is a nine-hole, country course at Campania, north east of Hobart.
The course is a 30-minute drive north east of Hobart (35 kilometres) and a short drive north of Richmond.
The Colebrook Golf Club is set in a peaceful rural environment in the Coal River Valley.
The club caters for members with mixed competitions held each Saturday and Thursday morning and a chicken run each Thursday afternoon.
Casual players are welcome on non-competition days.
Holes: nine, Par 70, Length: 5,520 metres, Australian Course Rating 67.6.
The Devonport Golf Club—also known as Woodrising— is located on Tasmania’s north west coast.
The Club is at Spreyton, a 10-minute (10 kilometres) drive south of Devonport and the Spirit of Tasmania ferry terminal.
The Devonport Golf Club offers golfers a challenging, tree-lined, well-bunkered course that has excellent greens.
Sitting on a peninsula of land extending to the Mersey River, the course has a fairly flat appearance with gently rolling fairways.
The Club offers full catering facilities and a well stocked bar and can cater for functions of up to 200 people.
Clubs, pull-buggys and golf carts are available for hire and there is a fully-stocked Pro Shop.
In 2008, the Devonport Golf Club continues its role as the home of the annual Tasmanian Open Golf Championships.
In Devonport, you can choose from an extensive range of accommodation, visit a local restaurant to sample fresh Tasmanian food and wine or explore north west Tasmania’s attractions and scenery.
Men: Par: 70, Length: 5910 metres, Australian Course Rating: 70.3
Women: Par: 74, Length: 5,292 metres, Australian Women’s Course Rating: 73
Ringarooma Golf Club is a nine-hole country course in Tasmania's north east.
It is a semi-private golf course however limited opportunities exist for non-members to play.
Ladies Competition Tuesday, Members Competitions Sunday.
Club house is open on competition days.
Holes: 9 Par: 68 Length: 4846 ACR: 64.5
Ringarooma is approximately 90 minutes drive from Launceston.
Geeveston Golf Club is a nine-hole country golf club at Geeveston in the Huon Valley.
Geeveston’s location in the southern forests dictate its weather pattern.
It may be slightly cooler at any time of the year, so always make sure you have a warm jacket and wet weather gear.
To reach Geeveston from Hobart, take the Highway A6 to Huonville and continue through Franklin, home of the Wooden Boat School, to Geeveston.
Tam-o-Shanter Golf Club is a nine-hole golf course at Lulworth in Tasmania's north east.
This par 70 golf course is set in picturesque surrounds and has a fully licensed clubhouse.
The club has open competition days or by arrangement.
Visitors and new members are welcome.
Club and buggy hire are available.
While you are in the region, be sure to visit the wine region of Pipers Brook or the Bridestowe Lavender Farm which is one of the world's largest.
Lulworth is located on the north east coast of Tasmania.
Counter meals are available on Friday nights, and lunch snacks are available on Saturday.
Bridport Golf Club provides a picturesque nine-hole golf course at Bridport in northern Tasmania.
The course has 18 alternate tees (par 72) and is open to the public every day.
The comfortable club house has a well-stocked bar.
Sharpen your putting skills on the putting green or make use of the driving net where you can warm up your swing.
The course is about five minutes away from the popular Barnbougle Links course, just across the river.
The active club has veterans, men and women playing most days of the week and has competition play on Saturday.
While you are in Bridport, be sure to visit other attractions in the region.
In less than an hour from the golf course, you can visit Bridestowe Lavender Farm, the north-east wineries and stunning coastal national parks.
Take a bottle of your favourite coastal wine home to enjoy with dinner.
Wander along pristine beaches or enjoy snorkelling, swimming and sailing in the region.
Cast a fishing line from the beach and enjoy excellent river and lake fishing nearby.
Bridport Golf Club is approximately one hours’ drive (85 kilometres/53 miles) from Launceston.
Originally known as Shearwater Golf Club, this course is situated in the farming district of Thirlstane, set in natural bushland, 18 km east of Devonport and is one of the best nine hole courses in Tasmania.
The course was designed by Peter Toogood.
The 144 metre par-3 6th hole is a feature with the green situated between two lakes separated by a 7 metre walkway.
Holes: 9 (18 Tees) Par: 72 Length: 5972m ACR: 70.1
The Queenstown Golf Club is a nine-hole course in far west Tasmania.
Queenstown is a four-hour drive west of Hobart (256 kilometres/159 miles), and 40 minutes east of Strahan (40 kilometres/25 miles).
The Queenstown Golf Club offers a tight course with five, par four holes and four par threes.
Due to the wet west coast climate, this course—which is surrounded by mountains—can be heavy in winter but summer conditions are excellent.
As a green fee guest you can join members in regular competitions including a Wednesday ladies' competition and mixed competition each Saturday and Sunday.
After your round, you can get to know the locals over a drink in the club bar.
Queenstown is a copper and gold mining town, settled by prospectors in the 1880s.
You can take a tour of the Mt Lyell Copper Mine or visit the Miners’ Siding to discover the town’s mining heritage.
Test your skills at other west coast golf courses including the Strahan Golf Club and Rosebery Golf Course, or for a change of scenery, try a four-wheel drive tour or fish for trout in nearby Lake Burbury.
Holes: 9, Par: 64, Length: 4,512 metres, Australian Course Rating: 63.5.
The Huon Valley Golf Club is a private, 12-hole country course at Huonville, southern Tasmania.
Huonville is 40 minutes’ drive from Hobart in the Huon Valley (48 kilometres/30 miles).
The Huon Valley Golf Club offers fully watered fairways and excellent greens.
The generally flat layout is not without challenge and six extra tees provide a total of 18 holes.
Competitions are held at the course each Saturday and visitors and groups are welcome.
The course has a well-appointed club house and the licensed bar is open each Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday.
Bookings can be made for meals and the Clubhouse also has an adjacent barbecue area.
Holes: 12 (18 tees), Par: 72 Length: 5,724 metres, Australian Course Rating: 69
The Dover Golf Club Inc is a public golf course in Tasmania’s far south.
Dover is an hour south of Hobart (81 kilometres/50 miles), via the Huon Valley.
The Dover Golf Club, Australia's most southerly golf course, is a scenic, nine-hole course featuring undulating fairways and watered greens.
You can play your round here while enjoying spectacular views over Esperence Bay to Bruny Island.
Two greens are bunkered, there is a dam on the sixth fairway and the coastal winds can present an added challenge.
Visitors to the course are welcome—you can perhaps join in the fun on the regular chicken run—and casual course fees are paid using an honour system. Holes: 9, Par: 68, Length: 4,634 metres Australian Course Rating: 64.
The Swansea Golf Club is a scenic, nine-hole course on the coast at Swansea.
Swansea is 90 minutes north east of Hobart (134 kilometres/83 miles) and south east of Launceston (133 kilometres/82 miles).
This well-maintained course features undulating, tree-lined fairways and small putting greens.
The course is right on the coast at Waterloo Point, a short walk from the town centre and the views across Great Oyster Bay to the Freycinet Peninsula are breathtaking.
Swansea is a well-supported community course with regular competitions and events.
The club has ladies, veterans, juniors, social and members groups and hosts the four-day East Coast Open each Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June.
Club hire is available locally and you can enjoy a drink and snack in the club house after your round each Saturday and Wednesday afternoon.
Holes: 9, Par: 62, Length: 3,824 metres, Australian Course Rating: 60.6.
Tasman Golf Club is located at Port Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula, south east Tasmania.
The course is five minutes (four kilometres/three miles) south of the Port Arthur Historic Site and 90 minutes south east of Hobart (102 kilometres/63 miles).
Tasman Golf Club’s undulating nine-hole course has a tight layout rimmed by coastal tea-tree scrub.
Skirting the sea cliffs at Point Puer, the course has breathtaking views of the Great Southern Ocean and dramatic Tasman Peninsula coastline.
Features include watered greens and tees, bunkers and a central dam in play on three holes.
Tasman’s dramatic signature hole is the par three 8th—which requires you to tee off on a cliff top and drive the ball over a 200-metre (656 feet) drop to the ocean to land on the opposite cliff top green, 100 metres (328 feet) away.
Tasman Golf Club has regular men’s, women’s and mixed competitions, and a twilight competition during the summer months (October – March).
Relax after your round in the clubhouse and bar, open during event times.
Tasman also has a practice putting green and club and buggy hire is available.
Holes: nine, Par: 70, Length: 5,238 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.
The Kingston Beach Golf Club is one of Tasmania’s leading 18-hole golf courses.
The Kingston Beach Golf Club winds through river flats where Browns River enters the sea, and is edged with eucalypts and light bushland.
This flat, easy walking course is framed with views of the Mount Wellington Range, river and ocean and presents a combination of testing par threes, delightful par fours and strategic par fives.
There are numerous bunkers, water comes into play on six holes and the elevated green on the 16th is framed by bunkers and a large pine tree, which may test the ability of many golfers.
An inclinator carries players to the 18th tee.
The Club has hire and practice facilities, a resident golf professional and a stunning clubhouse built in 1830 and known as the Red House.
Founded in 1922, the Club has hosted many major state and national events and the course is a proclaimed wildlife sanctuary.
Men’s competitions are held every Wednesday and Saturday and a ladies’ competition each Tuesday and Thursday.
Holes: 18, Par: 71, Length: 5803 metres, Australian Course Rating: 70.
Kingston Beach is a 15 minute drive (14 kilometres / 8 miles) South of Hobart.
George Town Golf Club is a nine-hole course located in George Town, Northern Tasmania.
A tough opening hole is your introduction to this challenging par 68 course.
With 18 tees adding variation to the second nine, you can also enjoy scenic views of the Tamar River.
This well maintained course provides for an enjoyable round and challenges well-suited to new golfers through to experienced players.
George Town can claim to be one of the earliest European settlements in Tasmania.
While you are in the area, visit the Old Watch House Museum (circa 1843) and The Grove, an elegant stone house built around 1829.
Just five kilometres north of George Town you will find Low Head, a sheltered harbour which is now a classified historic town.
Visit the pilot station (the oldest in Australia, completed in 1835) which houses a maritime museum where you can find memorabilia salvaged from the many shipwrecks on the north coast as well as some interesting, early diving equipment.
George Town Golf Course is approximately 40 minutes’ drive (53 kilometres/33 miles) from Launceston.
Malahide Golf Club is a nine-hole course situated in Tasmania's rural north east at Fingal.
The par 72 course is set in beautiful surrounds with grass greens.
It follows a gently undulating landscape with few hills.
Greens, tees and fairways are carefully watered.
It is open all year round and bookings are not necessary with visitors welcome.
Men’s competition is held on Saturday at 11am and Lady’s competition on Wednesday at 11am.
The Clubhouse has a bar and snack facilities.
There are barbecue facilities also available.
Visit the fascinating old mining villages in the hills around Mathinna nearby.
Drive to secluded bush walks in the Douglas-Apsley National Park and pristine silver beaches along the east coast nearby, stopping on the way for the best views and pancakes at the Famous Mt. Elephant Pancake Barn. Fingal is about one hour and 20-minutes’ drive (108 kilometres/67 miles) from Launceston.
Campbell Town Golf Club is a nine-hole (par 70) flat course located in Tasmania's midlands.
The rough is protected as it contains many rare varieties of orchids.
There are bunkers on some greens and long, flat fairways.
The Clubhouse offers bar facilities and meals are available for group bookings.
Men’s competition takes place on Wednesdays at 10am and Saturdays at 11.30am.
Lady’s competition is held on Tuesdays at 10 am.
While you are in Campbell Town, take a look around the historic streets.
Pack a picnic and enjoy the peaceful park area.
Wander the main street of Campbell Town past historic buildings dating from the 1820s.
Notice the commemorative bricks laid in the footpath with names of convicts.
Cast for trout at Lake Leake and enjoy nearby Lost Falls.
Be sure to visit the Heritage Highway Museum and nearby historic towns including Evandale and Longford.
Campbell town is about 45-minutes’ drive from Launceston (70 kilometres/43 miles).
Exeter Golf Club Inc is a 9-hole golf course just outside of Launceston in Tasmania’s north.
The course has 18 alternate tees (par 71) and a spacious club house with licensed bar.
The fairways and greens are well maintained and in good condition year round.
There is also a driving range to fine tune your swing.
Saturday is competition day and all days are open to the public for a round.
The course has its challenges with some testing hilly areas and visitors are always welcome.
While you are in the area, visit the neighbouring fruit orchards and take time to venture out to Beauty Point and Beaconsfield.
At Beauty Point you can visit Seahorse World and Platypus House while in Beaconsfield learn of the intriguing mining history.
Also not far away is the Tamar Valley Wine Route, where you can sample some of Tasmania’s finest cool-climate wines.
Have lunch at one of the picturesque vineyards or take a bottle of your favourite wine down to the banks of the Tamar River and enjoy a picnic.
The river is home to a range of wildlife and birdlife.
Exeter is a 20-minute drive north (26 kilometres/16 miles) of Launceston.
Bicheno Golf Club Incorporated offers a nine-hole course on Tasmania’s sunny east coast at Bicheno.
The course is set in beautiful surrounds, with native trees lining the course and a coastal beach directly adjacent.
Bicheno’s golf course is meticulously maintained and offers golfers a challenging round.
You may even be fortunate to spot the resident deer and Cape Barren geese.
Wildlife and abundant native parrots are a highlight of the course.
You can play at the club seven days a week and golf clubs and buggies are available for hire.
The comfortable clubhouse is well-equipped for you to enjoy full bar facilities in a friendly atmosphere following your game.
While you are on the east coast, take advantage of the many attractions including coastal wineries and beautiful national parks.
Take a fairy penguin tour during the evening at Diamond Island where you can watch penguins make their way up the beach to nest.
Drive 30-minutes to Freycinet National Park where you will find magnificent Wineglass Bay.
After your round of golf, book in at a nearby restaurant and enjoy fresh Tasmanian seafood with views over the water.
Bicheno is just over two-hours’ drive southeast of Launceston (174 kilometres/108 miles).
The Wynyard Golf Club is a great little nine hole course in northwest Tasmania.
It is situated in a delightfully attractive setting on the western banks of the Inglis River and directly underneath Fossil Bluff at Wynyard on the sands of Bass Strait. You will enjoy a tight undulating links course bordered by Bass Strait on three sides.
Alternate tees provide variation for the second nine. Par for this course is 70 and its length is 5424 metres.
The Australian Course Rating is 68.
The Port Sorell Golf Club is located at Shearwater, on Tasmania’s central north coast.
Shearwater is a 20-minute drive east of Devonport (19 kilometres) and an hour and 20 minutes north west of Launceston (111 kilometres).
Built around the Shearwater Country Club, the nine-hole Port Sorell Golf Club is a well-maintained, private course with views of the ocean.
Available to club members and guests of the Shearwater Country Club, the Port Sorell Golf Club has a fully-stocked Pro-shop, and club hire is available.
After your round, you can enjoy a drink or tasty meal in the Country Club at Beaches Bar and Bistro or The Dunes al fresco dining and entertainment area.
Port Sorell is a place to relax.
You can swim at a number of beaches near the course, cycle along the esplanade, go boating or take a drive to nearby Devonport to play a round at the 18-hole Devonport Golf Club, home of the annual Tasmanian Open Golf Championships.
Port Sorell Golf Club: Holes: 9 (18 Tees), Par: 68, Length: 5,302 metres, Australian Course Rating: 66.3
The Stanley Golf Club is a nine-hole coastal course at Stanley, north west Tasmania.
Stanley is a classified historic town, 20 minutes’ north east of Smithton (22 kilometres/14 miles) and 90 minutes’ west of Devonport (127 kilometres/79 miles).
A typical links-style course, the Stanley Golf Club has a relatively flat layout with watered greens and tees.
The course is set among sand dunes about 10 metres from the sea and has some interesting challenges including bunkers, a dam and strong Bass Strait winds.
The course offers great views of the coast and Stanley’s famous Nut – the remains of an extinct volcano rising 152 metres/500 feet from the sea.
Visitors are welcome and casual green fees are paid into an honesty box.
A Men’s competition is held each Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 1pm and the Ladies competition is each Wednesday and Saturday at 10am.
You can enjoy a drink in the bar each weekday from 3pm, Saturday from 11am and from 3pm Sunday.
Club and buggy hire, practice facilities and showers are also available.
The Stanley Golf Club hosts The Nut Major Open Event each year in mid-November.
Holes: 9, Par: 66, Length: 4,706 metres, Australian Course Rating: 64.
Burnie Golf Club is a nine hole golf course with undulating tree lined fairways with some hills.
Excellent grass greens year round.
Greenside bunkers 1st, 2nd and 3rd holes.
It has practice nets, fairway, putting green.
Mens competition Thursday and Saturday 7.30 - 9 am and 11.15 - 1 pm.
Ladies competition Wednesday 9.30 am.
Veteran competitions alternate Tuesday 9.30 am.
Bookings are advised.
Club house showers, bar, snacks on competition days.
Barbecue or meal available for group bookings.
Friday night - counter meals from 6 pm.
Holes: 9 Par: 72 Length: 5690m ACR: 68.9
Pittwater Golf Club is a private, nine-hole course at Midway Point, near Hobart.
Midway Point is a 20 minute drive north east of Hobart's city centre (20 kilometres/12 miles).
Pittwater Golf Club is only available to members of affiliated clubs.
The undulating, lightly-wooded course features grass greens, bunkers and lakes with easy walking around the nine holes.
The Club borders a bird sanctuary at Orielton Lagoon and several species of birds are year-round visitors to the course.
There is a practice fairway and nets, club house and bar, showers and barbecue facilities.
Affiliated club members are welcome to join the regular competitions including weekly, full-member competitions, open, women’s and twilight competitions.
Holes: nine, Par: 70, Length 5,360 metres, Australian Course Rating 67.
St Helens Golf Club offers a challenging nine-hole course at St Helens in northern Tasmania.
The course is set in picturesque bushland and is an 18-tee course (par 71).
It is located just on the boundary of the township and boasts a club house with fully-stocked bar.
St Helens Golf Club utilises the ‘GOLF Link’ national handicapping system and the golf shop provides club hire.
The course is open to the public every day with competition days held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Enjoy the peaceful surrounds and consistent mild to warm climate as you make your way around the course.
While you are in St Helens, wander along the sandy white beaches or perhaps visit the turquoise water of the Bay of Fires nearby.
Drive the short distance to St Columba Falls where you can walk in to see the highest waterfalls in Tasmania.
Charter a boat and experience the excellent fishing opportunities or simply enjoy a scenic tour along the east coast.
St Helens Golf Club is approximately two hours’ drive east of Launceston (170 kilometres/105 miles).
The Strahan Golf Club is a nine-hole course, close to central Strahan.
Strahan is Tasmania’s major west coast town, a four-and-a-half hour drive from Hobart (298 kilometres/185 miles) and Launceston (290 kilometres/180 miles).
Strahan Golf Club features well-kept, watered greens fringed by tall eucalypt trees and the flat course makes for easy walking.
Six of the holes have deep hazard ditches, including the par three, fourth hole which requires a lofted tee shot over tall gum trees to a green with front and rear hazard ditches.
The Club has a men’s competition on Sunday afternoons, women's competition on Saturday afternoons and a twilight competition each Wednesday and Friday during summer.
Green fee players are welcome to enter the competitions.
Clubs are available for hire and clubhouse bar is open every day from 4pm.
Holes: 9, Par: 70, Length: 5,243 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67
The New Norfolk Golf Club is a scenic, nine-hole course in southern Tasmania.
The Club is located in the Derwent Valley, 30 minutes north west of Hobart (33 kilometres/20 miles).
The New Norfolk Golf Club is surrounded by the picturesque countryside of the Derwent Valley.
You can play a challenging round of golf here with features including narrow, tree-lined fairways, grassy mounds, sand bunkers and small fast greens.
The course’s nine holes have alternate tees and a fully automated watering system ensures ideal playing conditions year round.
The Club has a regular program of competitions; members, casual players and groups are welcome.
Meals and drinks are available in the fully licensed clubhouse. Holes: 9, Par: 69, Length: 5,205 metres, Australian Course Rating: 67.
Launceston Golf Club is an 18-hole course regarded as the toughest championship layout in northern Tasmania.
The Launceston Golf Club has a proud reputation locally and interstate for the presentation of its facilities and as an excellent test of golfing ability.
The 5987 metre, par 72 layout provides something for all golfers, whether beginners or seasoned players.
Carved out of natural bushland it boasts well manicured greens, strategically placed bunkers on every hole and eucalyptus-tree-lined fairways.
With stands of black wood and wattle trees throughout the course you are unaware of the close proximity of the surrounding hustle and bustle of the Launceston suburbs.
The most interesting hole is Spion Kop, the 159m par 3 thirteenth with out of bounds on the left and a lake on the right.
The tee shot over a steep gully must avoid bunkers on three sides of the green.
Launceston Golf Club is located at Kingsmeadows in Tasmania’s northern city of Launceston.
Mt Vista Golf Club is a nine hole golf course at Waratah on Tasmania’s west coast.
Just 35 minutes drive from Burnie this pretty course overlooks the town of Waratah towards Mt.Bischoff.
The 570 metre par-5 5th hole is one of the longest in the State with out of bounds on one side and trees lining the other.
A very well drained course due to the basalt base.
Holes: 9 Par: 70 Length: 5254m ACR: 67
Moorina Golf Club offers a nine-hole course in the far north-eastern region of Tasmania.
The well-maintained course (par 70) is located in a delightful setting surrounded by bushland.
There is a putting green as well as a bar and kitchen in the club house.
The course is reasonably flat, with only one hilly section.
Moorina Golf Club is open to the public each day.
It is difficult for visitors to miss with the Tasman Highway running through the course.
While you are in the north-east you may like to visit Bridestowe Lavender Farm, the largest lavender farm in the southern hemisphere.
You can also follow the Tasman Highway from Moorina through to St Helens on Tasmania’s east coast.
Here you will find stunning beaches and excellent fishing opportunities.
Cast a line from the rocks or try your hand at deep sea fishing with a guide.
Hire a bike and make your way down to Binalong Bay where the turquoise water will beckon you to swim.
For excellent bushwalking, head to the Bay of Fires or stop by the east coast wineries and sample some fine Tasmanian wine. Moorina is approximately 90-minutes’ drive (110 kilometres/68 miles) from Launceston.
Scottsdale Golf Club in Tasmania's north east is a nine-hole relatively flat course with water challenges.
It contains lush fairways bordered by Blackwood and Douglas Fir trees, and a large lake providing a challenge on the 7th and 8th holes.
Holes: 9 Par: 70 Length: 5436m ACR: 66.6
Scottsdale is the administrative centre for the north-east with rich agricultural and forestry history and is just under an hours’ drive (63 kilometres/39 miles) from central Launceston.
The Murraville Golf Club is a scenic nine-hole course at Dunalley, south east Tasmania.
Dunalley is a 50-minute drive south east of Hobart (61 kilometres) at the northern tip of the Tasman Peninsula.
The Murraville Golf Club features a generally flat, tight layout with watered greens, tees and surrounds.
Narrow fairways, strategically placed bunkers and abundant trees add challenge to your round.
The ninth hole is a highlight, requiring a long shot over water to the green.
The Club hosts regular competitions including the Saturday men’s competition, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday mixed competition and Friday morning ladies' competition.
Like many Tasmanian golf courses, the Murraville Golf Club treats golfers with fantastic views of the surrounding forest and ocean.
Guides, clubs and buggy hire are all available, the club house is open for drinks each day and snacks and meals can also be arranged.
Holes: 9, Par: 66, Length: 4,032 metres, Australian Course Rating: 61.1